LVL Music Academy

We focus on teaching violin, cello, viola, piano and theory.
As a leading music school, we provide 1-to-1 private music lessons taught by competition winners, Russian trained and ABRSM qualified music teachers at LVL Studio (near Chinatown MRT) or at the student's home.
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What is violin?

A violin is a string instrument played with a bow, consisting of four strings stretched over a hollow wooden body. Similar to cello, but smaller in size and higher in pitch.

There is the classical violin, which is the standard orchestral instrument used in classical, folk, and various genres. And the electric violin, which uses electronic components to amplify and modify its sound, that is employed in modern and amplified settings.

Which violin is best for learning?

Traditional violin techniques are fundamental and can be applied to both types.

Choose the classical violin if you're into classical, folk, or traditional music. It's versatile and builds a strong foundation. Opt for electric if you're into modern genres like rock or jazz, and want to experiment with amplified sounds.

Electric violins allow silent practice with headphones, but they can be costlier due to electronics and amplification needs, while beginner classical violins are often more affordable.

What do you learn in violin lessons?

In private violin lessons for beginners, the focus is on building a strong foundation. Students learn proper posture, how to hold the instrument and bow correctly, and basic bowing and fingering techniques. They start with simple songs and exercises to develop coordination, intonation, and bow control. Music theory fundamentals, including reading sheet music and understanding basic notation, are introduced. Ear training and listening skills are also cultivated to develop a sense of pitch and tone.

At the intermediate level, private violin lessons delve deeper into technique refinement. Students work on more complex bowing techniques, such as spiccato and sautillé, and explore various left-hand techniques, like vibrato and shifting positions. Pieces become more intricate, helping to improve finger dexterity, intonation accuracy, and stylistic interpretation. Music theory knowledge expands, encompassing key signatures, scales, and more advanced rhythm patterns. Students also start exploring different musical genres and composers, honing their personal artistic preferences.

Advanced private violin lessons focus on honing virtuosity and expressive capabilities. Students tackle a highly challenging repertoire that demands advanced bowing techniques (col legno, sul tasto) and extensive left-hand proficiency (double stops, harmonics, intricate fingering). Interpretation and musicality take centre stage, with emphasis on nuanced phrasing, dynamics, and emotional depth. The technique is refined to achieve a seamless and refined performance. Music theory encompasses advanced harmonic analysis and historical context, aiding in informed musical decisions. Students may also delve into improvisation and composition, further expanding their musical horizons.

What age is the best to start learning to play violin?

You can start learning the violin around age 4-6, although age 7 or older is more common due to physical and attention considerations.

The difference between violin lessons for adults and kids lies in teaching methods. Kids' lessons often incorporate more playful approaches to keep them engaged, with shorter practice segments. Adult lessons can be more structured, focusing on technique and musical expression. You can find both adult violin lessons and lessons for kids on our website.

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